International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation
Mood, Memory, & Movement
Oral Presentation Sessions have been introduced by the ANPA to provide the meeting attendees with an opportunity to participate as speakers or clinical case presenters. This year there will be 2 sessions: research/pilot data presentations and disease/disorder focused clinical presentations. The research track is intended to gather colleagues with similar research interests and promote discussion of innovative new research projects within the field of neuropsychiatry. This could be in any field of neuroscience that includes neuroanatomy, biochemistry, neuroimaging, clinical investigation, etc.
The clinical track will promote informal consultation among colleagues as grouped by neuropsychiatric disorder with a particular focus on issues relevant to clinical management of diseases/disorders. There will be particular emphasis paid to challenging individual patient cases, unresolved clinical problems/unexpected outcomes, and potential dilemmas commonly faced when managing neuropsychiatric disorders. Submissions that include brief presentation of neurodiagnostic evidence (video sample, imaging, test data, etc) are encouraged.